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EF-111A and F-111D cockpit.ini

 

 

Instrument[095]=MoveCoPilot_RadarOcular

 

[MoveCoPilot_RadarOcular]
Type=AIRSPEED_INDICATOR
NodeName=CoPilot_RadarOcular
MovementType=POSITION_Y
Set[01].Position=-100
Set[01].Value=0.0
Set[02].Position=-99
Set[02].Value=1.0
 
 
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Happy modding everyone :D
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(cough) LOD viewer    thanks Wrench

 

the A-4K KAHU and TA-4K are about to get some cockpit mods

 

 

 

 

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:hi:

 

you're welcome! nice job! the Kahu look much better!!

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(cough) LOD viewer    thanks Wrench

 

the A-4K KAHU and TA-4K are about to get some cockpit mods

 

Your cockpit looks interesting. Nice work! Which TA-4K are you using? I only found one for SF1 that could use a polish.

 

The reason I ask: I play around with some foreign skyhawks these days (Malaysian A-4PTM/TA-4PTM currently, next could be Singaporean A-4S-1). And I always thought about doing a TA-4K some time as supplement for dtmdragons nice kiwi singleseater scooters. The cockpit could be a nice addidition, although the mainproblem I see is the missing details on the planes base models (brakechute fairing, bent refueling probe, squared fintip, some antennas maybe for the TA-4K for example). Seems like the SF1 TA-4K is missing all these. As I currently fight hard with Blender and Max to get a new set of pylons done for the TA-4 (also usable for A-4) with all possible launchrails, some of this fakepilot-add ons are simply beyond my skill (and would require some trial and error to get the needed size and shape -> Singapore) :/ I already tried to get in contact with some people that already did Skyhawk-Addons, but never got a reply. Maybe anyone has any interest in it?

Edited by Nyghtfall

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Thanks for the great feedback, as for which TA-4K ?  its the 2008 version from Mo_gas.

 

 

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the cockpit looks like series 1 though, but I think the movements could in theory work with series 2 mesh too?

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EF-111A and F-111D cockpit.ini

 

 

Instrument[095]=MoveCoPilot_RadarOcular

 

[MoveCoPilot_RadarOcular]
Type=AIRSPEED_INDICATOR
NodeName=CoPilot_RadarOcular
MovementType=POSITION_Y
Set[01].Position=-100
Set[01].Value=0.0
Set[02].Position=-99
Set[02].Value=1.0
 
 
 
 
Happy modding everyone :D

 

 

OMG!!! FAN FREAKING FANTASTIC!!!! Looks like I have some changes to release in the F-111 packs!!!!!

 

Thank you so much Lel!!!

 

Did the F-111E have the hood? Don't remember....

 

=V=

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the radar shroud has been bugging me for 5 freaking years man.............ahhhhhh


Yes Nyghtfall, I'm still running SF1

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I too would like a new A-4K Kahu model but this will have to be it (for now).  

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Now all we need is a post-Pacer Strike F-111F cockpit and my Aardvark desires will be satisfied.

 

Great work BTW, LeL.

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Shomu1, Just use the RAAF F-111C pit panels 

 

 

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I have made a HUD for the F-111D based on a reference PDF If found if your interested for an update to the F-111 pack:

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ECM for all the F-111 models needs to be added to as it was a key feature of the F-111 avionics package:

[Fuselage]
.......
SystemName[030]=ALQ94/ALQ137
SystemName[031]=ALQ94_2/ALQ137_2


// Internal ECM --------------------------------------------------------

[ALQ94/ALQ137]
SystemType=ECM_JAMMER
JammerType=DECEPTIVE_JAMMER
JammerStrength=35.0
MinFreq=2.0
MaxFreq=20.0
CanJamCW=TRUE

[ALQ94_2/ALQ137_2]
SystemType=ECM_JAMMER
JammerType=NOISE_JAMMER
JammerStrength=35.0
MinFreq=2.0
MaxFreq=20.0
CanJamCW=TRUE

"The F-111A's "Mark I" avionics suite included as the primary sensor system the General Electric (GE) AN/APQ-113 radar, a multimode system with some air-to-air capability for self-defense, but unsurprisingly focused on the strike mission. It shared the nose radome with a Texas Instruments AN/APQ-110 TFR system, with two little radomes flanking the base of the AN/APG-113 radar dish. The nose radome hinged open to the right for servicing. The primary navigation system was an AN/AJQ-20A inertial navigation system (INS), complemented by a TACAN radio navigation beacon receiver. Defensive countermeasures included:

  • [*]AN/ALE-28 chaff-flare dispensers. [*]AN/APS-109 radar warning receiver (RWR). [*]Sanders AN/ALQ-94 noise / deception jammer; the RWR and jammer were fitted in cylinders flanking the engine exhaust. An external jammer or other "pod" could be carried on a station on the rear belly between the aircraft's ventral fins. Some weapons bay loads also permitted carriage of a pod underneath the weapons bay."

    "AN/ALQ-94: aircraft combined pulse mode and CW deception and noise jammer with three subsystems covering low (E/F), mid (G/H) and high (I/J) bands with fore and, in some airframes, aft coverage mounted on F/EF-111A/E/F, Replaced by ALQ-137 (ALQ-94 with greater reliability)"
Edited by dtmdragon
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